I have one too, nice to meet another owner! I have at least a dozen watches that I think are all pretty great, and many months into ownership I still find myself reaching for this in the watch box the most of any. It looks great, feels great, I think if you like GP it’s definitely a model that flies
For some reason I especially like all the distinctive sm300m design cues on this one, I think because this color is such a trend thing, the hands, wave dial, helium release valve and seamaster bracelet all contribute to this being a very unique green diver in a sea of them.
So sorry to hear, I’d probably be thinking through some James Cameron style project to find it w robot subs and grid patterns… I wonder if Omega might show some sympathy if they heard your story, after all it seems like you were basically a real-life omega ad in action on this adventure. On the brig
Spring drive, titanium in their unique finishing, and a special dial, so much GS magic in one watch. Throw in the relatively rare 62 case w box crystal, its rarity in terms of production numbers, one of the last w the seiko logo, and the fact it’s colors look great with virtually anything, just such
Really can’t say enough of how glad I am that after so many years of liking GP I finally pulled the trigger. I love how this watch is so totally different from anything else in my collection. Also, between the incredibly comfortable to-infused rubber strap, the titanium, microadjustable deployant cl
So I was originally interested in the 42mm 3-hand laureato, many flavors appeal to me, and stopped by Wempe in NYC to see in person. While there, the salesman showed me several of the absolute line and this Ti230 in black really appealed to me, in a very different way. I certainly think the regular